|Startups companies, often brimming with young employees, are looking for offices that have open layouts and lots of space to collaborate.
(If there isn't enough room to play a decent game of jax, how can you
expect to comfortably exchange ideas?) At the same time, they’re eager
for amenities that encourage people to take breaks and recharge, like exercise and dining
facilities. Also critical is to have an address that says "walk outside
anytime, and there's something fun to do." By developing offices that
fit the profile, Chicago has become a magnet for many hip tenants. Read the details, and full event coverage tomorrow.